What's the worst beer from your state that you have tried.

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by devlishdamsel, Jan 18, 2013.

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  1. assman79

    assman79 Aspirant (250) May 30, 2009 Wisconsin
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    Anything from Minhas.
  2. Cenosillicaphobe

    Cenosillicaphobe Initiate (0) Jul 24, 2011 Maine

    Not going through the thread...but Shipyard's Pumpkinhead...hands down.
  3. CaptJackHarkness

    CaptJackHarkness Defender (611) Aug 18, 2011 New York

    Other than some of the disaters I managed to Homebrew?
    Dundee Original Honey Brown Lager , hard to believe its from the same folks that make the great Cream Ale!
  4. JohnQVD

    JohnQVD Initiate (0) Jan 23, 2011 New York

    FL: Swamp Ape (haven't had Landshark)
    NY: Syracuse Suds Factory Irish Red. Worst beer I've ever had. I have an unopened bottle of Labatt's Genuine Draft from the mid-90s that's probably more drinkable.
  5. searsclone

    searsclone Disciple (344) Sep 7, 2006 Arizona

    Formerly made in AZ, Cave Creek Chili Beer. Currently made here, SanTan Rail Slide, I just can't get past the black licorice flavor. I despise black licorice. Also, College Street did a one time, cucumber and cilantro infused Jesse's Malt Liquor. Tasted like a pickled St. Ides!
  6. tburgess

    tburgess Initiate (0) Nov 11, 2008 Georgia

  7. acevenom

    acevenom Initiate (0) Oct 7, 2011 Louisiana

    Louisiana: Covington Strawberry Ale.
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  8. thecraftculture

    thecraftculture Initiate (0) Nov 28, 2012 Florida
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  9. daysinthewake

    daysinthewake Initiate (0) Nov 13, 2010 California

    Is Budweiser brewed in Ca?
  10. AlexFields

    AlexFields Meyvn (1,279) Dec 13, 2009 Tennessee
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    All of the ones from Depot Street, especially the rye stout they did.
  11. SoggyCoasters

    SoggyCoasters Initiate (0) Jan 4, 2013 New Jersey

    NJ Beer Co. Garden State Stout. Thin, watery, zero nose, very bland taste.
  12. okcommuter

    okcommuter Initiate (195) Dec 25, 2012 Michigan

    MI: Short's Key Lime Pie. It reminded me of key lime yogurt. The taste just does not translate well in liquid form. I do enjoy their other beers. I also had a hard time drinking a beer with grahm cracker floaties.
  13. cyrushire

    cyrushire Crusader (732) May 25, 2012 Florida
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    also Ed hardy vomited on the box apparently.
  14. ChanChan

    ChanChan Devotee (469) Dec 12, 2009 California
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    I like it!! I am wearing sun-glasses at night cause I am cool!! :sunglasses:
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  15. ChanChan

    ChanChan Devotee (469) Dec 12, 2009 California
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    Boatswain Double IPA from Trader Joes! I Imagine this is what chit tastes like!!
  16. PerHops

    PerHops Devotee (470) Apr 5, 2011 California
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    anyone from california ever had earth thirst?...
  17. Wilb

    Wilb Initiate (0) Oct 18, 2011 Michigan

    Dark Horse Ginger in Your Pants
  18. PHBoiler

    PHBoiler Meyvn (1,336) Jan 14, 2013 Illinois
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    Two Brothers had an Altbier on tap at the Roundhouse. I gave it 3 drinks. I could go no further.
  19. stooge

    stooge Aspirant (259) Feb 22, 2012 Michigan
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    Kid Rock's Badass American Lager. Love Kid Rock and he's a great ambassador for Michigan. But this brew is horrible!
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  20. Mediczod

    Mediczod Initiate (0) Aug 2, 2012 New York

  21. No1Smitty

    No1Smitty Initiate (0) Nov 7, 2011 California
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  22. muchloveforhops3

    muchloveforhops3 Zealot (573) Apr 5, 2009 Oregon

    Oregon -- Lompoc Proletariat Red. Golden Valley's Red Thistle Ale comes to mind as well...
  23. muchloveforhops3

    muchloveforhops3 Zealot (573) Apr 5, 2009 Oregon

    Oregone- your mention of Peach Fred inspired me to change my answer for worst OR beer. While I actually enjoyed the Peach Fred, it was the Apricot Fred that I literally had to choke down. Can't believe I forgot about how horrible that beer was; I think I may have blocked it out mentally.

    So for OR, new answer is... Hair of the Dog Apricot Fred.
  24. mmireles

    mmireles Initiate (0) May 18, 2005 Texas

    Yeah, the guy at Specs told me about how bad their IPA was... he told me it smelled and tasted like Fritos....
  25. Schmuck82

    Schmuck82 Initiate (0) Nov 13, 2008 Texas

    Texas: Shiner light blonde. Take some terrible Shiner bock and add some water.
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  26. ElGallo

    ElGallo Champion (812) Sep 26, 2009 New Hampshire

    Really? I'm not really a Throwback fan, but there are half a dozen White Birch "experiments" that trump anything from Throwback when it comes to worst in the state.

    And now that I think of it, can we just submit the state liquor commission in lieu of a specific beer? :astonished:
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  27. ElGallo

    ElGallo Champion (812) Sep 26, 2009 New Hampshire

    I have to politely disagree. The base beer may be crap, but I had my first BBA right in Lexington a few years back and loved it. Had some again last year when it came to MA, and it tasted just as good. I know not many beers come out of Kentucky, but this can't be the worst.
  28. Seanniek91

    Seanniek91 Defender (646) Jul 1, 2012 Rhode Island
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    I feel that White Birch at least "experiments" with new beers whereas Throwback literally creates these terrible beers they produce for the market. And they're too expensive.
  29. BigCheese

    BigCheese Defender (689) Jul 4, 2009 Massachusetts

    Sam Adams Cranberry Lambic, its not even close.
  30. DogfishJoe

    DogfishJoe Initiate (189) Feb 14, 2010 Ohio
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    I really dislike this thread. I try to support my local breweries regardless of how good they are compared to others. No such thing as a bad beer only better ones.
  31. DinoFight

    DinoFight Initiate (0) Jan 23, 2013 Arizona

  32. Tone

    Tone Poo-Bah (5,090) Nov 8, 2006 Missouri

    MO. Lol: Natural Light, Busch, Busch Light, Bud Select 55, and so many more ... But, seriously the Dark Bock and Dark Wheat from Bootleggers Restaurant & Brewery were equally as bad as the Pilsner from Charlie's Steak, Ribs & Ale!
  33. Seanniek91

    Seanniek91 Defender (646) Jul 1, 2012 Rhode Island
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    I'm going to have to disagree here. I can think of a lot of bad beers.
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  34. lwhcchh

    lwhcchh Initiate (42) Aug 31, 2010 Oklahoma

    I have to agree and your comment may be charitable. I keep trying them but .... recently their Kolsch.... flat and off tastes present. Maybe I'm just unlucky and buy bad bottles. I never buy a six-pack but occasionally will try a single.
  35. KevinGordon

    KevinGordon Initiate (0) Dec 16, 2012 North Carolina

    Really? I just saw it in the store the other day and I was really curious. Its really really worse than Voodoo Donut?
  36. KevinGordon

    KevinGordon Initiate (0) Dec 16, 2012 North Carolina

    NC - Anything made by Carolina Brewing Co.

    Not Carolina Brewery on Franklin St, those guys are alright
  37. Thirstygoat

    Thirstygoat Defender (616) Nov 22, 2012 Illinois
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    Saluki Dunkel Dog . As an SIU grad I wanted to like it, but nope.
  38. slangtruth

    slangtruth Initiate (95) Jan 8, 2012 Massachusetts

    I very much enjoyed the bottle of Otto I had. Different strokes. Read the reviews.

    THANAT0PSIS Defender (682) Aug 3, 2010 Wisconsin
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    Man, I love Black Top. I think it's a great example of that bastard style.

    THANAT0PSIS Defender (682) Aug 3, 2010 Wisconsin
    Beer Trader

    Resin was quite good, I thought. I wouldn't buy it again, but it was extremely bitter in a good way.
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